What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We use ONLY open air photo booths. We also provide an onsite photo booth technician.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I've been in the entertainment business for 21 years as a disc jockey. We received so many calls about photo booths so we decided to roll out photo booths along with our entertainment company.
What do you love most about your job?
Everyone is at the event to love and laugh while having the time of there life.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
Our customers love to leave us video testimonials as well as all positive feedback!
More than 15 years ago, DJ Jocelyn was the first woman to host an on-air radio show in the history of WKPS 90.7 FM. Nowadays, she draws upon her broadcast charm to energize partygoers and make announcements as DJ David or DJ Billy from Philly lures guests to the dance floor by spinning oldies, classic R & B, funk, line-dance tunes, and hip-hop. The Phunky Sound Entertainment, LLC team can also dispatch live entertainers such as jazz guitarist Larry Woods. To preserve memories of important occasions even after the last remnants of the Cha Cha Slide have come unstuck from partygoers’ heads, Phunky Sound covers events with videography and photography services, including photo-booth rentals.
If an Alchemy Dance Company performance is fulfilling the company's mission, you won't just take in some contemporary dance—you'll get an "experience that transforms people's lives by broadening their perspectives, attitudes, and knowledge of themselves and the wider world." In keeping with that goal, the company's artists also immerse themselves in the community through community outreach programs. These include dance classes for children ages 3–5 at a nearby YMCA, discounted classes at Performance Garage, and workshops throughout the area designed to enhance self-expression and confidence while reducing the city's incidence of stubbed toes.
Having entertained more than three million people in France over the last 10 years, The Divorcees Club comes to the Penn's Landing Playhouse for what The Philadelphia Inquirer calls a "raunchy and riotous" performance. The play follows three very different ladies who move into one apartment while rebounding from divorce and seeking new love. Main Line socialite Bethany, Jersey girl Mary, and nurturing earth mama Bridget—who's played by a guy— forge a friendship on their insightful and humorous journey that leads them to reexamine life's true priorities.
Although it's home to The Philadelphia Orchestra and Pennsylvania Ballet, the Kimmel Center doesn't believe in elitism. On weekends and occasional weekdays, it opens its halls for its Free at the Kimmel series, which presents everything from organ music to Bollywood dancing. Visitors can also embark on free tours to see the center's architectural highlights, halls, and artworks.